Kinnikuniverse wrote:hello, guys!
hey, guess what? i'm finally figuring out how to use xkoranate and a spreadsheet! now, i can start planning my first series.
i want to do my Group B rules GT World Championship, but i'm not ready to do things like upgrades, salaries, budgets and stuff, so i think i'll do a simpler non-canon series. thing is, i don't know what i want to do! i have so many ideas in my head! i want to do a 60s sportscar series like nuppiz did with the WSRC Thread, 90s JGTC, a simplified version of my GT World Championship project, 90s F3000 (japan or international), no-split indycar, even MotoGP or superbikes! aargh, i don't know what i want to do!
can somebody help me?
Well you could use The Racing Scorinator V2.5 https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing
. It's a good one, though it's limited to 30 cars, and qualifying can get fairly wacko, but it's a good template for setting up racing series nonetheless.
Regarding series, Group B GTs sounds fantastic:
- Ferrari 288 GTBs alongside Audi Quattros, Ford Mustangs, Porsche 959s and silhouetted Peugeot 205s? Sign me up.
Speaking of a 60s sportscar series, how about:
-1968-1970 with CanAm, with the Ferrari 512s, Alfa 33s, McLaren M8s, Porsche 917s, Lola T70s and the like? I'll be up for that.
As for GT World Championship Series:
-Maybe you could do a series in which FIA GT1 never dies after 1999 and becomes a slugfight with Mercedes, Porsche, Panoz, Toyota, Audi, Lotus, Sintura and Nissan battling out for top honours?
As for F3000:
I would do Formula Nippon from 1998 onwards where it becomes a strong, cheaper alternative to F1, almost becoming something reminiscent of Indy, with Dallara, Reynard and Swift present, with a few trips outside Japan, and also just so I can see Tom Kristensen become a champion in this one
Since my plans to make CART the master series have gone down to shite, I suppose you do it starting from 1994-1995, where Tony George plans out his mission to form the IRL. Here I would instead have TG go for a call to arms and assemble his entente of teams including Foyt, Hemelgarn, Menard, Galles and sometime down the line Kelley, Panther and Sam Schmidt Motorsports. If you start off in '94, maybe you could butterfly Ayrton's demise and get him Stateside , with Penske or Ganassi - I'll be looking forward.
As for MotoGP/Superbikes, I'm not very knowledgeable on that but I would be interested regardless. Personally I would to see a Moto2 series of some sorts, but yeah I'll take it.
And just like Winks said, there hasn't been much venturing into these with the drop in interest in recent times - just look at my NASCAR Asia-Pacific and E-GT ventures to find out, but I'm a sucker for different types of series so it would be pretty cool to see how things turn out.
Hope that helps!